While single-cell open chromatin (scATAC-seq) data allows for the identification of cell type-specific regulatory regions, it is much sparser than bulk data. CellWalkR is an R package that performs an integration of external labeling and bulk epigenetic data with scATAC-seq using a network-based random walk model to help overcome this sparsity. Outputs include cell type labels for individual cells and regulatory regions. Availability and implementationCellWalkR is freely available as an R package under a GNU GPL-2.0 License, and can be accessed from https://github.com/PFPrzytycki/CellWalkR with an accompanying vignette for analyzing example data.
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